Friday, 20 April 2018

Are You Looking For A School? A Pre-School / Nursery? Or Childminder?

Why Not Come Into Your Lyneham 
HIVE For More Information

Are You Looking For NHS Doctors, Dentist, Hospital, and Pharmacy

Are you Looking For Your Nearest A & E?  Click HERE

Or Visit Your Lyneham HIVE For More Information

Tick & Lyme Disease Awareness

To Read More On The NHS website

Huggable Heroes

‘Reinforcing Bonds and Reducing Separation Anxiety’
Huggable Heroes are lovingly hand made in Norfolk, England using a Photo of the child’s love one. We edit the photos and then print them into Fabric ready to make into the perfect sized cuddly toy. The Heroes fit perfectly under little arms to carry around and they are small enough for older children to tuck into school bags.
CLICK HERE To Visit The Website

CV Writing Tips

The purpose of a CV is to get you an interview. Not a job. The distinction is important and worth bearing in mind.

The current job market is constantly changing and very competitive.

Preparing your CV is a task you should take as seriously as looking for vacancies.

So whilst your CV will not get you a job it can open the door to an interview.

The Career Transition Partnership has produced a handy guide to help you with your CV. To read or download this guide CLICK HERE

A longer, in-depth guide can be accessed on the website HERE

The Importance Of Keeping Hydrated

For Information On Dehydration Please Click HERE

Thursday, 19 April 2018

Career Opportunity With Recruit for Spouses

Supporting the true force behind the Forces

When your husband, wife or partner is serving in the Armed Forces, you put your career on hold. You get used to moving every couple of years and the things that most people take for granted, like schools and networks, are constantly changing. You’re a capable, professional person but planning your next career move rarely gets near the top of your to-do list.
Maybe you’ve dipped your toe in the employment market and found that people are reluctant to offer you a job. They fear that you won’t be able to hold down regular hours while your partner’s deployed. Or that you’ll have to move away ‘wasting’ all the time and money that they’ve invested in you.
Your confidence might have taken a knock. You feel you’ve lost your identity – you’re defined as ‘the wife of…’ or ‘the husband of…’ rather than you. Some days you wonder whether you’ll ever get a job again.

For Further Details 

Military Personnel: Thinking of Doing a Course?

Standard Learning Credit (SLC) Service personnel may make SLC claims each financial year for 80% of any course fees; up to a maximum of £175 per year for approved vocational and academic courses.  This is a “use it or lose it” allowance, as the funding does not roll-over into the next financial year. Before starting any course, individuals must obtain prior approval.  Further details can be found in JSP 898 Pt 4 Chapt 4 or by contacting your local Education Centre Staff for further information/guidance.

Enhanced Learning Credits (ELC) The ELC allowance provides funding support to Service personnel who want to enhance their educational or vocational achievements for long-term personal development.  It may only be used to gain National Qualification Level 3 or higher qualifications. (i.e. A Level & some NVQ Level 4 or 5, 1st Degree, Post Graduate studies and Doctorate)  Candidates must have registered while serving and strict criteria apply when making a claim. Depending on a number of factors, this can amount to up to as much as £2000 per year, over a 3 year course. Again, individuals must both have registered and made their claim prior to starting any course.  Also, provided you registered whilst still serving , you may also claim for up to 10 years after leaving the service. See JSP 898 Pt 4 Chapt 3 for details or visit  or contact your local Education Centre Staff for further information/guidance.  

Opportunities For Service Leavers

Hire A Hero is a charity that supports service leavers through the transition into civilian life.

Please Click HERE For More Information.

Wednesday, 18 April 2018

Hay Fever Season Troubling You?

For Advice And Tips Please Click HERE